This Sheriff Sued the Federal Government Under President Bill Clinton and Won | Why Sheriff’s Are Required to Protect Their Citizens from All Enemies Both Foreign and Domestic

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Sheriff Richard Mack joins us to share about why sheriffs throughout the United States are required to protect their citizens from all enemies both foriegn and domestic.

FACT: “For 6% of the deaths (Only 9,210 Americans) , COVID-19 was the only cause mentioned.” the CDC website reads.



This Week CDC Quietly Updated COVID-19 Numbers – Only 9,210 Americans Died From COVID-19 Alone


“Much of the Constitution is concerned with setting forth the form of our government, and the courts have traditionally invalidated measures deviating from that form. The result may appear `formalistic’ in a given case to partisans of the measure at issue, because such measures are typically the product of the era’s perceived necessity. But the Constitution protects us from our own best intentions: It divides power among sovereigns and among branches of government precisely so that we may resist the temptation to concentrate power in one location as an expedient solution to the crisis of the day.” Id., at 187. 

Liberty University – September 30th 2020


  1. Enforcing God’s Law First 
  2. Protecting the Constitution 2nd
  3. Won versus Supreme Court 

The lawsuit states, “The Court should invalidate and repeal Ordinance No. 24408 of the City of Tulsa (attached to this Complaint as Ex. A, the “Tulsa Mask Mandate”) because face coverings create an “oxygen deficient atmosphere,” which the United States Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) defines as an “atmosphere with an oxygen content below 19.5% by volume.”  29 CFR 1910.134(b).  Doctors, scientists, and other medical professionals will line up in this Court to demonstrate and testify that face coverings lower oxygen levels in the immediate atmosphere of someone wearing face coverings to less than the Department of Labor’s required 19.5%, normally within less than ten (10) seconds.  

The long-time Tulsa entrepreneurs cite OSHA’s (The Occupational Safety and Health Administration) website that reads, “rulemaking record for the Respiratory Protection Standard clearly justifies adopting the requirement that air breathed by employees must have an oxygen content of at least 19.5 percent.  A lesser concentration of oxygen in employees’ breathing air could endanger them physiologically and diminish their ability to cope with other hazards that may be present in the workplace.” – 

Doctor Robert Zoellner and Clark also cite, Doctor and Senator Rand Paul who recently stated, “If you look at under age 18, the mortality rate is about one in a million, if you look at age 18-45, the mortality rate is about 10 in 100,000. Above that it increases, but interestingly, it is still pretty small, and the vast majority – even people up to 65 years of age, it may well be between 95 and 99 percent have a very mild case of this. So I’m not saying it’s a benign disease, people do get sick and die from this. But your chances are good.  We shouldn’t live in fear forever.  We should take normal precautions, we should assess the risks.  People who are older should take more precautions, but we shouldn’t, you know, cover the faces of our children and say you’re gonna have to live your whole life with your mask on. We shouldn’t do that, and the government definitely shouldn’t mandate it.

The United States of America must reopen.

Shutdowns defenestrate the economy. The Dow saw its biggest quarterly drop in the first three months of the year since 1987; the oil and travel industries have suffered (Jones). Consumer confidence lowers, which reduces shoppers (Jones). United Airlines canceled 10 percent of its domestic flights and 20 percent of its international flights (Menickella). Economists suspect a hard hit to the economy (Menickella). Civilian unemployment reached nearly 15 percent near the end of July this year (Charts). The economy’s future is uncertain; reopening it would mitigate this uncertainty.

Shutdowns disrupt policy. Mail-in voting is becoming increasingly common, which raises concerns regarding voter fraud (Parks). Campaign rallies and door-knocking electioneering can expect opposition as well (Balz). The public is aware that mass protests erupted; among these was a gathering of thousands for a black trans rights protest (Holt). The conclusive opinion is that figures are exploiting the lockdowns for political purposes without regard to health concerns. Combined with mass hysteria (Yun), people will likely push for foolish decisions just to escape the fear of the virus. Something could take down the American republic this election, and it might not be Russia after all.

Shutdowns ignore public health. “Elevated levels of adverse mental health conditions, substance use, and suicidal ideation were reported by adults in the United States in June 2020. The prevalence of symptoms of anxiety disorder was approximately three times those reported in the second quarter of 2019, and prevalence of depressive disorder was approximately four times that reported in the second quarter of 2019” (Mental). 15 of the 20 largest school districts will teach fully online this fall (Dyrnarski). This is a massive issue in the field of education for many reasons (DeAngelis). The purpose of the lockdowns was to slow the spread of the virus; the intention was never to wait it off. The “every life matters” pathological argument also fails on account of other facts. Obesity leads to heart disease (Akil), and heart disease is the number one cause of death in the United States with 647,457 deaths in 2017 (FastStats). Covid-19 comes not even close at 168,904 U.S. deaths (The New York Times). How can the U.S. work against its heart disease epidemic? It could start by not closing down public recreational spaces () and gyms (Cuomo) while spreading stay-at-home messages of body positivity. Younger people are included in these shutdowns, though medical reports indicate the virus is a more severe threat to individuals above age 65 (Mueller). Every policy considers both risk and reward–even health policy; consider speed limit regulations. There are appalling deaths occurring across the nation, few in retrospect are a result of this coronavirus.

The United States of America must reopen.


Works Cited

Akil, Luma, and H Anwar Ahmad. “Relationships between Obesity and Cardiovascular Diseases in Four Southern States and Colorado.” Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, U.S. National Library of Medicine, 2011,

Balz, Dan. “The Pandemic Has Reshaped Election 2020 – and Trump’s Prospects for Reelection.” The Washington Post, WP Company, 11 Aug. 2020,

California State Parks, State of California.

“Charts Related to the Latest ‘The Employment Situation’ News Release   |   More Chart Packages.” U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics,

“Cuomo: Gyms Still Unsafe, Will Remain Closed Indefinitely.” WKBW, WKBW, 6 Aug. 2020,

DeAngelis, Corey A. “Inside Higher Ed.” Online Learning Fails to Deliver, Finds Report Aimed at Discouraging Politicians from Deregulating, 30 Apr. 2020,

Dynarski, Susan. “The United States Is Reopening Many of the Wrong Schools.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 3 Aug. 2020,

“FastStats – Leading Causes of Death.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 6 Feb. 2020,

Jones, Lora, and Daniele Palumbo & David Brown. “Coronavirus: A Visual Guide to the Economic Impact.” BBC News, BBC, 30 June 2020,

Menickella, Brian. “COVID-19 Worldwide: The Pandemic’s Impact On The Economy And Markets.” Forbes, Forbes Magazine, 13 Apr. 2020,

“Mental Health, Substance Use, and Suicidal Ideation During the COVID-19 Pandemic – United States, June 24–30, 2020.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 13 Aug. 2020,

Mueller, Amber L, et al. “Why Does COVID-19 Disproportionately Affect Older People?” Aging, Impact Journals, 29 May 2020,

The New York Times. “Coronavirus in the U.S.: Latest Map and Case Count.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 3 Mar. 2020,

Parks, Miles. “Why Is Voting By Mail (Suddenly) Controversial? Here’s What You Need To Know.” NPR, NPR, 4 June 2020,

Yun, Joon. “How Mass Hysteria Is Making Coronavirus Worse Than It Actually Is.” Worth, 10 Mar. 2020,

FAKE TESTS -… my sister lives in collin county and know 3 separate individuals that were standing in line to be tested for covid and decided to leave and go home because it was taking forever and they received letters in the mail later that told them that they tested positive for covid 


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